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  1. DUSTY AYRES AND HIS BATTLE BIRDS #2 Crimson Doom

    Regular Price: $13.95

    Sale Price $9.95

    “The President’s son will be returned if you send us Captain Ayres in exchange.” From the enemy camp came this message. And as Dusty answered, he knew he was starting on the greatest mission of the war, playing a lone hand against the Black Invaders, who sought to crush America beneath their barbarous wings! One of the premiere air pulps, today as collectible as they come. And written by a genuine flyer: Bowen served in the RAF in World War I and brought his personal experience of air combat into these near-future, slightly sci-fi pulp stories. Learn More
  2. TARZAN RETURN TO PAL-UL-DON Deluxe Hardcover Signed
    $65.00

    In this hardcover edition (not in the softcover) is: a 29-page sequel story, Tarzan and the Secret of Katanga, by Gary Buckingham; two new interior illustrations by Joe Devito; a 12-page afterword by Will Murray with more Devito artwork; and a wrap-around jacket that completes a panoramic Devito painting. The softcover features only the right half. And finally, a small bookplate signed by all three contributors, plus a facsimile ERB signature. This takes place in late 1941, with the sequel ending in August 1942. Learn More
  3. TARZAN AND THE MARTIAN LEGION
    $200.00

    As befits the ambitious scope of the story, the artistic presentation is unparalleled. One-hundred-thirty new illustrations were commissioned for this opus, with contributions by Thomas Grindberg, Michael C. Hoffman, and Craig Mullins, on archival, acid-free paper, bound in leather (banth and thoat) in one giant volume. Learn More
  4. TARZAN RETURN TO PAL-UL-DON
    $24.95

    The first new Tarzan novel in years, written by the well-respected Will Murray (The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage series), this is an authorized sequel to one of ERB's best novels, Tarzan the Terrible. It is late 1941. After flight training with the RAF, John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, is given a mission to locate a British military intelligence operative, whose plane went down in the vast African wilderness. Tarzan's mission returns him to his roots, dealing with dangers both known and unknown in the prehistoric land filled with carnivorous saber-tooth tigers and triceratops--and man-killing spider people. Learn More
  5. SOFT BRIDES FOR THE BEAST OF BLOOD
    $29.95

    Men's adventure magazines were a form of pulp publishing which flourished in 1950s and 1960s America, pandering to the cruelty and lust of young men with luridly illustrated stories of war, sleaze and savagery. They arose partly in response to the inauguration of the Comics Code in 1954, as a way of circumventing censorship by presenting material in a new, "adults-only" format. Learn More

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